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Milwaukee fish fry guide

Published Feb. 15, 2019

It's one of Milwaukee's most cherished and distinctive culinary traditions: the Friday fish fry. This long-lived ritual is alive and thriving in Milwaukee - especially, but not only, during Lent. It's a big list, so dig in and read on.


3 Dishes: Francisco Sanchez of Sabrosa Cafe & Gallery

Published Jan. 30, 2019

What's in a restaurant? In this series, we ask chefs around the city to describe their restaurants in their own words and recommend three dishes that embody the best of what they offer. In this edition, we talk with Chef Francisco Sanchez of Sabrosa Cafe & Gallery.


Hidden Gem: Aliota's Pub & Grill

Published Jan. 25, 2019

Aliota's Pub & Grill -a decidedly unextraordinary looking pub, located in a strip mall next to a coin laundry - is among the best illustrations for the phrase "Don't judge a book by its cover" that I've ever encountered.


Hidden Gem: Landmark 1850

Published Jan. 11, 2019

Landmark 1850, 5905 S. Howell Ave., was built more than 165 years ago to serve as a stage coach stop between Milwaukee and Racine. Today, it's fully renovated and right next to the airport.

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Lake Country Dining is Alive

I live in Lake Country, more specifically, I live in Oconomowoc. Oconomowoc used to be the jewel of Lake Country. There was Binzel Brewery, the thriving downtown, Lac La Belle and more. In the more recent past, Oconomowoc has taken a turn for the worse much like many towns in Wisconsin that have ...

Ouzo Cafe for a great fish bake

Since living in Milwaukee I have noticed that Milwaukeeans enjoy their Friday fish fry. I must admit that I feel a bit left out since I do not enjoy fried food and therefore have never been to a Friday fish fry. Last Friday a friend of mine introduced me to fabulous alternative to the fish fry......

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